Pennie Post Subscription Review – September 2017
Pennie Post is a monthly stationery subscription service by indie stationery company, Elsie J. Prints and is all about the fun of sending and receiving mail. Each month, you’ll receive a new assortment of unique, quirky items that could include notecards, cards for all sorts of occasions, postcards, and other products to help you up your greeting game. The cards are typically blank inside, too, so you can customize your message!
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The Subscription Box: Pennie Post
The Cost: $11.63 per month + free shipping, or purchase a one-time pack for $12.50.
The Products: At least 3 stationery items a month, which may include cards, notecards, postcards, and more.
Ships to: U.S. and Worldwide
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Pennie Post has a theme each month, and September is “Step Into Fall”. I am READY!
Bandana Bear Kraft Card
D’oh! Isn’t this bear the cutest? I know he’s in the woods, but he looks like a cuddly teddy and is sporting a red bandana that doesn’t make him very menacing. The illustration is uber adorable and I love that the birch trees slightly wrap around to the back of the card.
Happy Birthday Fox Kraft Card
Another sweet animal graces us from the woods this Fall with this sleeping fox. Curled up amongst some wild flowers, this lil fella can wish your loved one a Happy Birthday. I happen to know a youngster who’s name is Fox, so this would be the perfect card to send on his Bday (even though he can’t read yet).
They’ve also included a matching address sticker so you can make this mail extra special!
Fall in the Mountains Card
This card is so beautiful! I love love love the colors in this one! Orange, yellow and peach colored simplified mountains reflect in the greenish blue water against a soft blue sky. I may not send this one out at all and just keep it to gaze at when I’m stuck indoors this winter.
Lastly, they’ve included a handsome little gift tag with red and white bakers twine. I’ll be saving this one for the holidays!
Verdict: I really adore Pennie Post this month. I refuse to get over the beautiful colors of the mountain card or the cuteness of the bear and fox. At $11.63 each month, if you price each card at about $3.50, then split the remainder as the value of the matching address label and gift tag, you’ve got your cost covered. I think that’s fair for well designed independent greeting cards!
What do you think of Pennie Post?